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I am helping my mother with her genealogy research by locating our ancestors' graves. Then, I got involved with several friends, helping them create their trees and memorials. You can see the names we are following in my virtual cemeteries. Along the way, I have found others' ancestors and created their pages. Now I have documented our ancestry to Col. Daniel Boone which was very interesting. And, finding the "Women of the American Revolution." Next trying to break down several "brick walls."
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|Priscilla Ann Munroe||RE: John Richardson|
Thank you so much. I'm still laughing at the unusual line of ancestry involving your family and the Ball's.
I'm working on only the direct lines of my four grandparent's and their spouses and son't really want to get sidetracked with other members of the family. However, I may change my mind and thank you for your generous offer.
If you don't mind emailing the info you refer to I could keep it on hand just in case. Can you do that?
If so, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's all so fascinating and addictive, I love it.
|Frances Cope||RE: Faia #94520004|
There is a William Faia buried in Hollywood Hills Forest Lawn. I noticed no other Faia's in the general area and their records do not reflect other Faias there.
|Teresa Germann-Garside||Martha Cameron|
Changes and bio have been made and added! Sorry for the delay!
|Meerkat Girls||RE: Riverside Cemetery, Scriba|
I have MANY relatives buried in Riverside Cemetery in the Town of Scriba in Oswego County, NY, and consider it an honor to photograph graves there. This cemetery is just south of the City of Oswego and is very beautiful and deservedly on the National Register of Historic Places. There is a lot of confusion about the location .. not sure why! My daughter and I actually located and photographed the Glassford graves after spending some time with the caretaker, who helped us locate them. Hope this is helpful to you! Best regards.
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||RE: Baxter|
Yes I had my test done by ancestry last June. I also have my raw DNA uploaded to GedMatch my kit number is A551019. My email is email@example.com I would love to share info.
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||Baxter|
You left a message that your 5th great grandfather was Bethuel Baxter, he is my 5th great grand uncle. I had a DNA test which led my brickwall William Baxter and Elizabeth Brampton to the Maryland Baxter's of John Baxter and Elizabeth Sappington.
|Franny ||Faye Ruble|
Trib live has a picture
Ruble , Faye 73
Faye Tomer Ward Ruble, 73, of Salem Township, went to be with her Lord and Savior Friday, Oct. 11, 2013. She passed away doing what she loved most, living life to its fullest, while on a great adventure with her granddaughter. Faye was born Oct. 22, 1939, to the late James E. and Helen (Rubright) Tomer. As she entered heaven, she was met by her first husband, Larry D. Ward; her infant daughter, Lisa Lynette; her older sister, Jeanne Witherow Donaldson; and her older brother, John Wesley Tomer. Her surviving brother and sister, Lloyd Tomer and Roma Sarn, already miss her very much. After graduating with a Master of Education from the University of North Carolina, she spent her lifetime teaching school, mostly kindergarten and 4th grade at Gateway Schools in Monroeville. Besides teaching, she had many passions. She enjoyed her 1957-59 Ford retractable cars, was the secretary of the International Ford Retractable Club, was the former president of that club's Penn-Allegheny chapter and loved driving her yellow 2002 Thunderbird convertible. She spent much of her time serving and loving God, others and her church. She loved flowers, creating beautiful places and making life better for everyone around her. She is survived by her second husband, Bobby Ruble, who always made her laugh; her daughter, Tarla (Ward) and son-in-law, Keith Gernert, from the Detroit, Mich. area; her son, Dean Ward, and daughter-in-law, Leslie (Hetrick) from New Kensington; and her youngest son, Jim Ward, and daughter-in-law, Lisa, who live in Oklahoma City, Okla. She was very proud of her children and their families. She absolutely adored her nine grandchildren. She touched the lives of many deeply. She will be forever loved and missed by all who knew her. The family will receive visitors from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday and from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the BASH-NIED FUNERAL HOME, 152 Abbe Place, Delmont, 724-468-8381, where services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday. A graveside memorial service will follow at Twin Valley Memorial Park in Delmont. Flowers are appreciated or memorial donations may be made to The River - A Community Church, 200 Freeport Road, New Kensington, PA 15068.
Added by Franny on Mar 03, 2015 4:55 PM
|Thomas||RE: Kelley photos|
THANKS for the additional request. I have to admit, I like the "points" for fulfilling a request.
At some point I gave you the names in order as they are laid out. So facing the KELLEY family stone, the names would go from left to right.
I am not sure what order they are now so use what I sent earlier. Probably what I wrote when posting the first photo.
Added by Thomas on Feb 04, 2015 5:43 PM
|Lamar Sarratt||RE: Hinshaw burials in Polk County|
It is possible that they were buried on the grounds of Chalet Suzanne. I drove around the restaurant and rental area, but some of the roads were marked no trespassing. There is a meadow on the north side of the property that could be a family cemetery. There is a daughter mentioned in the obit who should know where her mother Vita is buried, but I suspect she was cremated (there was no funeral, but a "Celebration of Life".
|Kat||RE: burial unknown Coriell #10750147|
I will not link to a burial unknown. If you sent anything else the findagrave rules allow me THIRTY days to add it. By the way somebody's family tree info on Ancestry is NOT a good source to cite.Anybody can put in anything into a family tree.
Added by Kat on Jan 07, 2015 8:01 AM
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